MVV/CAEV ELISA Kit (DEIA457)

Regulatory status: For research use only, not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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Size
96T
Sample
serum
Species Reactivity
Sheep, Goat
Intended Use
ELITEST MVV/CAEV is an Enzyme ImmunoAssay (EIA) for the detection of antibodies to Maedi Visna Virus (MVV) in sheep serum and Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis Virus (CAEV) in goat serum.
Contents of Kit
1. Sachets
2. Negative Control
3. Sample Diluent
4. Conjugate Diluent
5. Conjugate
6. TMB Substrate Solution
7. Substrate Buffer
8. Wash Solution
9. Stop Solution
Storage
Store all reagents at 2-8°C in the dark. For more detailed information, please download the following document on our website.

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References


WebRTC-based Multi-View Video and Audio Transmission and Its QoE

33RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION NETWORKING (ICOIN 2019)

Authors: Maehara, Yuki; Nunome, Toshiro

In this paper, we implement a Multi-View Video and Audio (MVV-A) transmission system utilizing WebRTC media channel, which employs UDP-based transmission into Web technologies, to enhance QoE under large delay. According to viewpoint change requests, this system switches audiovisual streams. We compare QoE with MVV-A transmission using MPEG-DASH, which employs HTTP/TCP, through a subjective experiment with various network conditions. As transmission methods utilizing MPEG-DASH, we treat single viewpoint transmission and simultaneous transmission of all the viewpoints. As a result, we. nd that the MVV-A transmission with WebRTC achieves higher QoE than that with MPEG-DASH under large delay.

Pulmonary function testing in quadriplegic subjects

SPINAL CORD

Authors: Pithon, K. R.; Martins, L. E. B.; Renno, A. C. M.; Abreu, D. C. C.; Cliquet, A., Jr.

Study design: Cross-sectional study. Objective: Pulmonary functional capacity in 23 Brazilian quadriplegic subjects (ASIA A), aged 30 (9.5) years, weight 66 (10.75) kg, height 176 (7) cm, was investigated at 42 ( 64) months postinjury. Setting: University Hospital-UNICAMP, Campinas, Brazil. Method: Subjects performed forced vital capacity ( FVC) and maximal voluntary ventilation (MVV) tests while seated in their standard wheelchairs. Forced Expired Volume after 1 s (FEV1) and FVC/FEV1 ratio were calculated from these tests. Values obtained were compared to three prediction equations from the literature that are used specifically for spinal cord subjects and include different variables in their formulae, such as age, gender, height, postinjury time and injury level. Data are expressed as median (interquartile interval). Differences between values were demonstrated by median confidence interval with significance level set at a 0.05. Results: Obtained data were statistically different from prediction equation results, with FVC 3.11 ( 0.81), 4.46 (0.28), 4.16 (0.33), 4.26 (0.42); FEV1 2.77 (1.03), 3.67 (0.21), 3.66 (0.30), 3.45 (0.39) and MVV 92 (27), 154.2 (11.9), 156.6 (14),157.3 (16.8), where the first value is obtained experimentally and the second, third and fourth values correspond to predicted values. The results obtained from spirometry test in this study differed significantly from the results obtained when prediction equations were used. Conclusion: The use of prediction equations developed to estimate pulmonary function in wheelchair users significantly overestimates pulmonary function of quadriplegic individuals with complete lesions (ASIA group A), in comparison to measured values.

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